IndiGo Launches Two New Direct International Flights in July

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IndiGo Launches Two New Direct International Flights in July

IndiGo, an Indian low-cost airline headquartered at Gurgaon, Haryana, is expanding their international reach through the launch of two new international routes in July.

Now the largest airline in India both by passengers carried and by fleet size, will offer travellers direct flights to Damman in Saudi Arabia from MumbaiMaharashtra, and to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia from ChennaiTamil Nadu. The second direct flight will be introduced to serve Mumbai–Doha (Qatar) route, too. Bookings for the new routes are already open and fares start from INR 6,999 (USD 101). The new routes are aimed at both business and leisure travellers.

Flights from Mumbai to Damman leave at 7.35 am and land in the capital of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia at 9.10 am. In the opposite direction the departure is scheduled for 10.35 am and arrival to Mumbai – for 4.30 pm. Time in Mumbai is 2 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Damman. Effective from July, 5.

There will be two flights from Chennai to Kuala Lumpur – one early morning flight at 5.05 am and one afternoon flight at 5.45 pm, both taking about 4 hours to reach the capital of Malaysia. The return flights depart KL at 12.30 pm and 1.30 am respectively. Efefctive from July, 15.

All new flights will be operated daily.

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